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THE AMERICAN SENTINEL. An Eight-page Weekly Joumal
voted to the defence of American insti. tutions, the preservation of the United States Constitution as it is, so far as regards religion or religious tests, and the maintenance of human rights, both civil and religious.
Edited by Alonzo T. JONES. It will ever be uncompromisingly opposed to anything tending toward s union of Church and State, whether in name or in fact. Single Copy, per year, post-paid,
$1.00 In clubs of ten or more copies, per year, each,
To foreign countries, single subscription, post-paid, 5s. Address, AMERICAN SENTINEL, 43 Bond Street, New York.
THE NATIONAL SUNDAY LAW. This pamphlet contains the ar
guments in behalf of the rights of American citizens, and in opposition to the Blair Sunday.rest bill, which Alonzo T. Jones presented before the Senate Committee on Education and Labor, Dec. 13, 1888. Mr. Crafts has pronounced the report as published as "mighty interesting reading.” And Mr. Jones's comments make it more so. His argument is enlarged to what it would have been without Senator Blair's interruptions, objections, and counter-arguments, and is accompanied with answers to all of his objections and counter-arguments. As the Sunday question is now a living issue, this treatise will be interesting to all classes, especially legislators, lawyers, judges, and other public men. The argument is based on Scripture and history, constitution and law, showing the limits of the civil power, the unconstitutionality of the Sunday bill, an analysis of the Sunday laws and other religious legislation of the different States, the Sunday-law movement of the fourth century, and the Sunday-law movement of the nineteenth century. The methods used in securing indorsements to the petition for the Blair bill, and the workings of such Sunday-laws as are proposed for the United States.
The work contains 192 pages, and will be sent post-paid on receipt of 25 cents.
THE GREAT CONTROVERSY Revised and enlarged to over 700 oC
tavo pages, handsomely bound, with 38 full-page illustrations. Cloth, $2.25; gilt edges, $2.75; library, $3.00; half morocco, $3.50; full morocco, $4.50.
Those who desire to follow further the subject treated in "The Two Republics," will find in "The Great Controversy" (issued by the same publishers) an excellent account of that which is to follow, with much other matter of absorbing interest, and worthy of careful study.